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... it turned out there are two main stations that are the same with some one letter different. Of course we took the wrong one and in the end we just thought we would grab a taxi! The taxi driver was a prick and I swear he drive around for ages before he even knew where we were going! The hostel was nice- in a pretty good spot to and it was only 20euro per night which is awesome! We could see the Eiffel Tower from where we were staying ...
... 200 euro each to get anywhere which is so crazy. He got us tickets for 10 euro each!!! We arrived at their flat and antione took us around town and showed us the sites. There isn't a great deal to see in lyon but the city itself is very pretty. It is suppose to be more traditionally French then paris as it hasn't been taken over by tourism. It's the second largest city in France. Antione took us to a local restaurant to try some ...
... feel like I have arrived in naples again lol. It is very grungy and quite dirty- I wish we had of stayed in nice an extra night instead of coming here. We find our hostel and decide it's to late to do anything so we wined the christmas markets and decide to have a cheap dinner and go to bed early- McDonald's it is lol. We have to be up early in the morning to get a train to lyon but neither of us can sleep until really ...
... started looking at the wider worĺd when you started teaching English to wives of foreign students more than 50 years ago, and told them all American children like peanut butter. So for you I thought I'd mention that Polish children start school at age six and go through to age 18, mostly public school, not private, not church. More and more go to college now, which wasn't the case ten years ago. English is the second language that they study. The Brits ...
Roznow, a little village located in southern Poland home to Pete's dziadek, ciocia, wujek and the very friendly black lab Kira which happened to be in heat during our visit hence the very friendly. A place where Pete remembers spending many summers frolicking through the cornfields and valleys of this small and quaint village.
We spent a week taking in the fresh fall air and mostly relaxing in his grandfather's ...